WAMC political observer Dr. Alan Chartock talks about the Red Sox taking Game 1 of the World Series, U.S. allies growing angry over allegations of American spying, JPMorgan's $13 billion settlement with U.S. authorities over shady investment practices and a special visitor to Buffalo, New York.
On Friday Former Secretary of State and Former U.S. Senator of New York Hillary Clinton spoke at Hamilton College before a crowd of nearly 6,000. WAMC’s Lucas Willard caught up with Keshia Clukey, Education Reporter for the Utica Observer-Dispatch, who attended the event.
Photos from Hillary Clinton's speech at Hamilton College can be seen here.
The Clintons are delivering speeches in New York this evening, though in separate places. Former President Bill Clinton will be in Dutchess County.
The Omega Center for Sustainable Living at Rhinebeck-based Omega Institute for Holistic Studies is hosting a conference this weekend entitled “Where We Go From Here: Opportunities & Solutions for an Interdependent World.” Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address Friday evening to kick off a weekend-long discussion about a holistic approach to sustainability. It is the first time he is speaking at Omega.
A new presidential poll out today says Hillary Clinton is crushing Vice President Joe Biden, 65 percent to 10. She hasn’t declared that she’ll make a 2016 bid, and Biden has only hinted at it. Meanwhile, the poll shows no clear front-runners on the potential GOP ticket. Is this poll a predictor of things to come?
Vermont Congressman-at-large Peter Welch, a Democrat who endorsed then-Senator Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential primary, says he would like to see outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lead a ticket with Vice President Joe Biden in the 2016 race. Welch spoke on WAMC’s Congressional Corner.
When President Obama comes to New York Tuesday as the leader of the free world, he will immediately become the second most popular Democrat in the state, after Governor Andrew Cuomo. WAMC's Tristan O'Neill has more...
Make that third most popular, after Obama's secretary of state, former New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Or perhaps fourth, after former President Bill Clinton.